By Andrew Harwood This week, rounding up the comedy genre of film, we’re focusing on the raucous, the rowdy and the out-right hectic anarchic comedy. “Anarchic comedy” can be defined as a random variation of humor that centers around the lampoon of authority. The idea was conceived in the early twentieth century but bloomed in […]

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By Andrew Harwood This week, keeping the comedy theme going, as promised, we’re taking a hop over the ladder, making a major 180 from romantic comedy and discussing the dark comedy.  “Dark Comedy” (often referred to as “black comedy”) can be defined as a subgenre of comedy film that takes typically grim and controversial topics, […]

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By Steph Solis, Staff Writer @stephmsolis Most professors dive into their lessons on the first day of class, but engineering professor Jeffrey Carruthers took a different approach with his students. Students in EK128, “Engineering Computation,” which teaches students the programming language Python, looked through their syllabus and found that the professor included an algorithm for […]

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By Mel Papalcure, Muse Staff Writer On Thursday, March 1 from 6-8 p.m. on the 5th floor of Mugar, students have the opportunity to through original scripts, notes, drawings, photographs, promotional material and memorabilia that will broaden their understanding of a classic Terry Gillam film.

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